Courses offered in affiliation with the Science Studies program

Two courses are required:

1) Introduction to History and Sociology of Science (winter 2017)

2) Philosophy of Science: Core Contemporary Issues (fall 2016)

Further courses with subject matter related to Science Studies are listed below. Please check departmental course listings to confirm offerings for the current academic year.

Department of History

The Atomic Age (Karl Hall) (winter 2017)

Intellectuals and the Great War (Karl Hall) (fall 2016)

Inventing Humanity. History, Anthropology, Politics, Representation (16th-19th centuries) (László Kontler, Marcell Sebők) (not offered 2016-2017)

The Making of Modern Medicine (Emese Lafferton) (winter 2016)

Negotiating Knowledge in the 13-19th Centuries: From Scholasticism to the Rise of Modern Disciplines (László Kontler, Marcell Sebők) (next offered 2018-2019)

Race and Science (Emese Lafferton) (falll 2016)

The Reason of the Clerks: Dilemmas of Intellectual Authority in East Central Europe after 1917 (Karl Hall) (next offered fall 2017)

Science and Religion (Karl Hall) (fall 2016)

Department of Medieval Studies

Ancient Atomism and Its Critics (Georgina White) (winter 2017)

Early Modern Anthropologies: Observing, Describing, Professing Nature and Science (Marcell Sebők) (winter 2017)

Late Ancient and Medieval Science (5th-15th c.) (Anna Somfai) (winter 2017)

Scholastic Philosophy and Theology of Nature (György Gereby) (fall 2016)

Department of Philosophy

Complexity (Maria Kronfeldner) (winter 2017)

Evolution Across Disciplines (Maria Kronfeldner) (not offered 2016-2017)

Human Nature (Maria Kronfeldner) (not offered 2015-2016 academic year)

Knowledge and the Material Culture of the Sciences (Mathieu Charbonneau) (winter 2016)

Philosophy of Biology (Maria Kronfeldner) (not offered 2015-2016 academic year)

Rationalism and Empiricism (Mike Griffin) (fall 2016)

Special Relativity, Time, and Causation (Hanoch Ben-Yami) (winter 2017)

Topics in the Philosophy of the Human and Social Sciences (Maria Kronfeldner) (winter 2017)

Department of Cognitive Studies

Behavioral Game Theory (Christophe Heintz) (fall 2016)

Political Philosophy 2: Cognitive Science and Policy Making (Christophe Heintz) (winter 2017)

Department of Gender Studies

Feminist Biopolitics and Cultural Practice (Hyaesin Yoon) (winter 2017)

Gender, Sexuality, and the Non/Human (Hyaesin Yoon) (fall 2016)

Human Rights and Biopolitics (Judit Sándor) (fall 2016)

Human Rights and Emerging Technologies (Judit Sándor) (fall 2016)

Making of the Modern Body (Emese Lafferton) (next offered 2017-2018)

Genes, Reproduction and Gender (Judit Sándor) (winter 2017)

Sexological Subjects: Sex, Science, and the Making of Modern Society (Hadley Z. Renkin) (winter 2017)

Gender, Medicine, and Science (Emese Lafferton) (2016)

Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology

Knowledge, Expertise and State (Alexandra Kowalski) (next offered in 2017-18)

Open Society Archives

Staff members of OSA occasionally offer digital humanities courses relevant to Science Studies. For current and past offerings, please consult the OSA web site.